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The One You Want! The One You Need!

Sulma is a Garifuna, Latina, Black, Immigrant, and short woman raised in Hunts Point the Bronx.
Her experience as a checker of many boxes on many applications, her corporate experience, community advocate advocacy, activist, and mother led her to write award winning books that raises conversations about the explicit bias and implicit biases.
Her approach does not come from formal training on diversity and inclusion, but from formal life opportunities that have placed Sulma in rooms with white people who thought she was black (product of affirmative action), Spanish people that did not know she was Garifuna and black people that did not know she was Spanish.
Sulma is engaging and uses all of who she to find the commonality that exists in the human spirit when we implement love for all.


Growing up is never easy. SolidHERity is a collection of books and resources that offers support for important milestones in the life of a girl. The collection will take you from the fundamentals of self-esteem to accepting who you are, appreciating the diversity of the community, friendship, dating & relationships. The books are intended to open up a dialogue about how to grow up with a good head on your shoulders and sound judgment for one another as women. Each book is bilingual to promote a second language and allow us to engage with one another.
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Bad Hair Does Not Exist/
Pelo Malo No Existe
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My Best Friend Likes Boys More Than Me!/
Mi Mejor Amiga Piensa En Chicos Mas Que Yo!
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My Hair Comes With Me.. 
Shifting the Paradigm of What success Looks like

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Hispanic Heritage Month: The politics of hair

A new show made its debut for Hispanic Heritage Month. It’s centered around the politics of hair in the Latino community. The show is actually based on a book, “Bad Hair Doesn’t Exist,” which was written by a mom wanting to instill pride in her own daughters. Sulma Arzu Brown spoke to PIX11 to share her journey.
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Culturas Corner: Meet Sulma Arzu-Brown

Culturas Corner highlights individuals who make their community a better place through their work, business, volunteering or activism. Today we learn more about Sulma Arzu-Brown, the author of the ‘No Pelo Malo’ book series.
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Sulma Arzu-Brown on How Her Children's Books Teach Girls Confidence and Afro-Latina Pride

Sulma Arzu-Brown talks to People CHICA about how her children's books celebrate the power of diversity and self-love. “My books are based on my experiences and the world around me,” children’s book author Sulma Arzu-Brown tells People CHICA...
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How Hair Discrimination Impacts Young African Americans

Most women, and now men, see their hair as a personal expression of who they are. They don’t call is your “crowning glory” for nothing. But for many African Americans, especially young African Americans, it presents another form of discrimination. There are far too many stories of young Black men forced to cut their hair to participate in sports or young men and women unable to attend classes without cutting their hair...
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Meet Sulma Arzu-Brown, Author - "Pelo Malo No Existe/Bad Hair Does Not Exist" and "My Hair Comes with Me

Meet Sulma Arzu-Brown a proud Garifuna, Latina, Black, Immigrant, and short woman raised in Hunts Point the Bronx.
Sulma is the self-published author of the award-winning book “Bad Hair Does Not Exist/ Pelo Malo No Existe” , "My Hair Comes With Me-Shifting the Paradigm of What Success Looks Like" and “My Best Friend Likes Boys More Than Me.” The books are not about hair or hairstyle, it's about the human experience that connects us all.
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